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Ten THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1952. Market Report KANSAS CITY Wl — Produce: eggs extras 60 per cent A. 53; eggs mediums' 47; eggs standards 42: eggs unclassified unchanged. Poultry and butter unchanged. KANSAS CITY W — Wheat 132 cars; ifc-2 higher; No. 2 hard and dark hard 2.32-2.3B: No. 3 2-281/22.39>v,: No. 2 red 2-30i 2 -2-34'l; No. 3 2.29li-2.33',i. Corn 33 cars; >,l lower to 2>4 higher: No. 2 White 2.6Ui2.85: No. 3 2.311,4-2.75; No. Z Yellow and mixed 1.84ii-1.85', 2 : No. 3 1.83 >i. Oats 21 cars; ',« lower to 3 ,« higher: No. 2 white 97-97',i; No. 3 90Vi-96'i. Milo Maize 3.06-3.16V 3 Kafir 3.07-3.17>,i Eye 1.86-1.93 Barley 1.44-1.55 Soybeans 3.08-3.21 Bran 55.00-55.75 Shorts 62.50-63.25 FUTURES Open High WHEAT: Sep 2.30',i 2.31% 2.30",i Dec ZSUVe 2.36>i 2.34% Mar 2.38 V» 2.39 2.38.. May 2.3B?i 2.39 2.38',i CORN: Sep GRAIN SORGHUM: High Low Sep 3.15',4 3.15 Dec Low Close 2.31=4 2.36 2.39 2.39 1.81 Close 3.15V4 3.07 KANSAS CITY Iff! — (USDA) Cattle 300; calves 100; not enough on sale for an adequate test of the market. . , Hogs 1500; slow, uneven, steady to 25 lower than Thursdays average; choice' No. 1. 2 and 3s scaling 190-250 Ibs 20.75-21.35; few choice no. 1 and 2s 21.40 and 21.50 to shippers: choice 260-300 Ib butchers mostly no. 2and 3s 20.00-75; sows scarce, steady: lew 15.0018.50; stags 15.50 down. Sheep 500: salable receipts limited to around 100 head; killing classes generally steady: small lots good to prime trucked in native spring lambs 24.00-28.00; odd head slaughter ewes mostly 5.007.00. MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK «) — STOCKSy-Higher; light pre-holiday trading. BONDS—Steady; governments improve. • CHICAGO "WHEAT-TFirm; Italy buying cash •wheat. CORN—Firm; Great Britain bought cashcorn. ' OATS—Firm; light receipts. . HOGS—Steady to weak; top $21.10. CATTLE—Steady to 50 cents lower. . . . . iNEW YORK ffl With gains •well distributed, the stock market Friday staged one of the best ad, vances of the month. Trading was relatively light, but just about every major division in — the list participated in the rise. Gains ran from, fractions to a little better than a point with the exception of a handful of wide ' movers. Volume amounted to an estimated 900,000 shares as compared with 980,000 shares traded Thursday. This is the ninth straight session in which business has fallen below a million shares. Railroads came through with the . best performance, and there was strong support from a wide group. NEW YORK (^Closing stocks: Close Net Chg. Admiral 27ft TJ '/, Allied Chem .... 75 TJ 1 Allis Chal 52y» U >,i Am Airlines ..... 13% Am Cyan 52*i U ?i Am Stl Fd 323,4 D % Am Tel & Tel ,..155i,i U % Anacon Cop ......45V« U J ,i Atchison 82 Beech Airc ...i.. 15 Beth Stl ;.. 5056 Boeing Airp ..... 36','. TJ Vz Case (JI) ....... 25 :i ,i TJ */, Celanese 43% D •',« Chick Cot 16 TJ >,1 Chrysler 81% TJ 1 Cities Svc ..;...104 3 ,i TJ % Coca Cola 212 Cont Can 43% TJ 3 ,4 Cont Oil 63i,4 TJ l',4 Deere ; 33>i TJ >A Doug Airc 65 TJ % Du Pont 873,1 D % Eagle Pich 22% D 3 ,i Eastm Kod 45 U ',4 Food Mach ...... 44 D V, Gen Bak mi D V, Gen Elec 63'i TJT .. Gen Foods ...... 48% Gen Mot 60',i Goodyear Greyhound Gulf Oil Here Pdr Jnt Harv % D TJ D TJ D TJ % U 14 TJ >,4 U 14 TJ D TJ TJ TJ D U U 3 ,4 43i, 2 12i,4 52 7114 33 Int Paper 50V4 Int Shoe 39 Kan Pw &Lt .... 19 Kennecott 7954 Kroger Co 36 3 ,4 Lion Oil 39 Loew's 13% Martin (GL) .... 11.. McKess & K 3751 Mid Cont Pet 66"4 Minn M&M 4114 Mo Kan Tex 6% Mont Ward 63% Nat Dairy 5514 Nat Gypsum 2154 NY Central 19>,i No Am Avia 16 3 ,t Ohio Oil 53% Packard 5 Penney (JC) 67T4 Pa RR 19% Phillips Pet 58',i Plym Oil 32i,4 Pure Oil 6314 Radio Cp ..• 26% Bepub Stl 41 Reyn Met 5454 Safeway St 31T4 Schenley Ind 27?4 Sears Hoeb 5714 Sinclair Oil 43% Socony Vac 357,', Std Oil Cal 571,4 Std Oil Ind 80% Std OilN J 78 Studebaker 37% Sunray Oil 2014 Swift & Co 32(4 Texas Co 55% Tide Wat As 2H,4 Un Pac 114% Unit Air Lin .........27% Unit Airc 3514 U S Rubber 2451 U S Steel 3954 West Un Tel 43% West Elec 40% Willys Over 9% Woolworth 431/2 u 14 Closing average 60 stocks 1084 up .5. U U U U U U D D % D' % U 14 U TJ U D U U 14 U U U D U D D D U U U % Fair Continued from Page One. Round Head game rooster; first, SUverspangled Hamberg; first, SU- verspangled Hamberg hen, and first, pen of Brown Leghorns. Frances "Rattles, Linwood—third, pair of young Bantams; Bud Shoemaker, Tonganoxie—first, White Rock hen; first, pen of young Rhode Island Reds; first, Rhode Island Red rooster; second, pair of Bantams, and first, young pen of Production Whites. Dale McBroom, Tonganoxie—. first, second and third, White Rock pullets. FLOWER SHOW Single rose—first, Mary Johnston; second, Jim Johnston, both of Tonganoxie; large dahlia—first, Mrs. L. J. Ney and second, Daryl Meredith, Tonganoxie; 12 seedling dahlias—first, Bess Forbau, Tonganoxie. Twelve large asters—-first, Mrs. Ann Lynne, and second, E. O. Lynna, both of Tonganoxie; large 1 zinnias—first, Tom Robb, and sec ond, Shirley Meintz, both of Tong anoxie; small zinnias—first, Mrs Earl Schenck and second, 01 i v Johnson, both of Tonganoxie mixed flowers — first, J e n n i Means, McLouth', and second, Es ther Ellis, Tonganoxie. Any variety, single—first, Mrs August Gruendel, Basehor, an< second, Mrs. J. D. Shoemaker Tonganoxie; any class, 12 each- first, Mrs. A. C. Hess, Reno, anc second, Mrs. J. D. Shoemaker Tonganoxie; best vine—first, Jen nie Means, and second, Mrs. M.W Herrstrom, McLouth; unusua plant—first, Jennie Means, am second, Mrs. M. W. Herrstrom. Single gladiola — first, Louis Leimkuhler, and second, Marj Leimkuhler, both of Tonganoxie six gladioli—first, Mary Leimkuhl er, and second, Louis Leimkuhler 12 large marigolds—first, Tom Robb, and second, Pat Billingsley both of Tonganoxie; small asters- first, Helen Schilling, Tonganoxie small marigolds, first, Gloria Lam ing, Tonganoxie, and second, Mrs August Gruendel. Petunias — first, Mary Leimkuhler, andsecond, Mrs. J. D Shoemaker; basket—first, Mrs.L J. Ney and second, Louis Leim- iuhler; little class of variety— :irst, Dale McBroom, and second Helen Schilling; table decoration— irst, Mrs. L. J. Ney and second Mrs. John Schwinn; blooming plants—first, Mrs. M. W. Herrstrom; unusual plants—first, Mrs. M. W. Herrstrom; coxcomb—first, Mrs. Earl Schenck, and second, Mrs. J. D. Shoemaker; snapdragons—first, Dale McBroom and second, Mrs. Bud Shoemaker. KEEP Hampshire, aged ewe—first, Eugene Kramer, Easton, and second, D. W. Ratliff, Tonganoxie; yearling'ewes—first, Ratliff and second, Kramer; ewe lambs— irst, Kramer; second, Myron Schwinn,and third, Ratliff. Ram lamb—Ratliff, first, second and third; ram over one, first, Ratliff; second, Schwinn, and Ratiff won grand championship in hisclass; fat lamb—first, Ratiff; Schwinn, second, and Kramer, third. Shropshire, aged ewe — first, Jwendolyn VVestphall, Tonganoxie; -earling ewe — first, Gwendolyn Vestphall; ram—first, Gwendolyn Vestphall. Corriedale, aged ewe—first, Jance Clawson, Linwood, and second, 2Idon Clawson; ewe lamb—first, Sldon Clawson, and second, Jance Clawson. Cheviot, ewe lamb—first, Arden lawson; second, Eldon Clawson; and second, Janice Clawson; Eldon Clawson won the grand cham- uonship in mis class; yearling ged ewe—first, Eldon Clawson amb—first, Eldon Clawson and EMPLOYMENT DROPS TOPEKA W — Kansas employment in July totaled almost 5,000 less than in June because of the effects of the steel strike, the employment security office said Friday. The 537,600 estimate of the total employed in the state last month was almost 30,000 above the July 1951 level, however. JOSEPH BARNES DIES Joseph M. Barnes, member of an old Leavenworth family, who lef here about 50 years ago, died" a his home in St. Paul, Minn, friends here learned today. He and his family once lived at 80: Middle. Mr. Barnes was an active LEGAL NOTICES is a first class City of the State of Kansas with a population of less than thirty thousand (30.000) and, LEGAL NOTICE FOR THE PURPOSE OF OPENING A STREET FROM SECOND AVE- member Church. of the First Baptisi About 1,500 species of mosquitoes are known. DELINQUENT TAX LIST Continued from Page 9. In SE',4 Sec 24 T 10 R 20 40 x 50 Ft in SE',4 Sec 24 T 10 E .05 A in SEVi Sec 24 T 10 R 20 S;4 less 2.32 A Rd SWli Sec 25 T SEl,4 Sec 13 T 11 R 20 NW'i see 22 T 11 R 20 NWi,4 SW',4 Sec 22 T 11 R 20 SWli SW',4 Sec 22 T 11 R 20 S14 NWi,i Sec 23 T 11 R 20 EVi SW',4 Sec 23 T 11 R 20 NE',4 Sec 23 T 11 R 20 W 421,4 A of S 85 A SW'i Sec 7 T SWi,4 SW',4 Sec 17 T 10 R 21 E14 SW',4 Sec 17 T 10 R 21 SW',4 & W14 SE',4 SE',4 Sec 17 T KCNW R of Way thru SW',4 Sec 19 T 10 R 21 Sec 20 of Sec 20 T 10 R 21 Tri tract W of Rd SW',4 SW',4 Sec 28 T 10 R 21 NEi,4 Sec 29 T 10 R 21 Ni,4 NW',4 SW',4 NW',4 Sec 30 T 10 SV SE',4 SE',4 SW Sec 31 T 10 R N',4 SEii SEi/4 Sec 5 T 5 R 21 NE Frac 14 Sec 6 T 11 R 21 In center part SW fraction T 11 R 21 Tract off S side NE',4 NE',4 Sec T 11 R 21 In NW',4 SW',4 Sec 8 T 11 R 21 In Nil — :: lineral Deeds Undivided 14 ir less SEi/4 Sec 10 T 10 R 20 Undivided Vi interest in 66.5 A tract n SE Cor SE',4 also 60 tract In SE Cor SW'/4 Sec 10 T 10 R 20 Tonganoxie City-Outskirts In NW Cor NE',4 NE',4 Sec 9 T 11 Sec , , In N'i NE',4 NE'/i Sec 17 T 11 R 21 interest in 60 A more WHEREAS, Shoemaker Street is paved to the intersection of Pennsylvania Street and that Tenth Avenue is a continuing street or extension of said Shoemaker Street: and, WHEREAS, Tenth Avenue. Vilas Street and Fifteenth Street are the streets extending and leading to Greenwood Cemetery; and. WHEREAS, the cost of maintaining, these said streets has become an unfair burden on the taxpayers of Leavenworth City and that it is for the general welfare of Leavenworth City to grade, curb, gutter, pave and otherwise improve said streets: and. WHEREAS, the City is given the power to grade, curb, gutter, pave anc otherwise improve any street or streets which extend from any -payee street to a cemetery in or adjoining said City regardless of any protest anc to levy special assessments to pay for the same under the existing laws of Kansas and more specifically. Chapter 13, Section 1011, General Statutes Kansas, 1949, as amended, 1951. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS: Section 1. That it is hereby declared necessary to grade, curb, gutter, pave and otherwise improve Tenth Avenue from the South line of Pennsylvania Street to the South line of Vilas Street, Vilas Street from the West line of Tenth Avenue to the West line of Fifteenth Street, Fifteenth Street from the South line of Vilas Street to the entrance of Greenwood Cemetery. Section 2. That the cost of the improvements described in Section one (1) shall be borne as follows: City at large shall pay the expense of grading such streets and all expenses of the areas and intersections formed by crossing of streets and alleys and in addition thereto, one-third (1-3) of the expense of curbing, guttering, paving and otherwise improving each block of such street or streets between cross streets and-or curbing, guttering, paving and otherwise improving along each lot or piece of unplatted land adjoining such street or streets. ' Two- thirds (2-3) of the expense of curbing, guttering, paving and otherwise improving any block in such streets between cross streets or any such street along an unplatted lot or piece of land in such City adjoining or abutting on such street shall be borne by the owners of the land liable for special assessment therefor, which special assessment shall be levied to pay the cost of such improvements as by law provided. Section 3. That Truman Schlup, Consulting Engineer for the City of Leavenworth. Kansas, shall prepare proper plans and specifications for said im- jrovement and preliminary estimates >f the cost thereof, which plans, spec- fications and preliminary estimates inhabitants j NUE TO FIFTH STREET ALONG | THE LINE SEPARATING LOT^ THIR- R 21 Less .? A T 11 R 21 econd, Arden Clawson; aged lainb And all' of 7 '&'g —first, Arden Clawson. SW',4 SE-', SE',4 Sec S Less .14 A Rd SE'4 SW',4 SE',4 Sec NE Cor NW SE',4 SE',4 Sec 9 T Tonganoxie City B. 10. L. 17 W 25 Ft of E 75 Ft B. 11. L. 23. 24 Railroad Addition B. 2, Tract in S part 100 x 150 Ft B. 2 Balance B. 3. L. 1 B. 3, L. 3, 4, 5. 6 part of each B. 6, L. 4 W 50 Ft B. 8. L. 6 B. 10. R of way thru B. 10 less R of way thru Blk 10 B. 12. L. 8 B. 14, L. 3 B. 14, L. 14. 15 B. 21, L. 5 B. 27, L. 1 B. 27, L. 12 B. 28. L. 2 & 3 B. 37, L. 8 S 100 Ft of W',4 B! 43 . L. 3 B. 43. L. 4. 5, and Lot < less it. House Continued from Page One. levices for over six years at which time both suits were dropped." Collier said the documents will how: 1. The government asked dismis- al of the indictment against Mil- er'in October, 1950—six years af- er it was returned—because it had ecome "enfeebled with age" 2. The FBI and departmental at- orneys recommended repeatedly that the case be disposed of. 3. The defendant frequently hanged attorneys, and each of iiem appeared to have some influence with prosecuting officials. 4. That FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoo- er complained of tactics by der ense attorneys to delay prosecu- ion, strongly implied at least at- empted bribery, reported that pp- itical pressure was being used anc irged an early disposition to ivoid embarrassment to both the FBI and the department 'latform Continued from Page One. Dresent a "forceful, clear cut par- y platform." The Rooney forces are expected o have clear sailing at the coun- il sessions in an atmosphere of tranquility which has been lacking t many of the party's gatherings n the past. His choice for party chairman, ohn I. Young of Salina, is sched- led to be picked for another term ithout opposition. The keynote speaker will be tate Sen. Joseph H. McDowell of •Cansas City, a law partner of one f Rooney's old political rivals, arl V. Rice, the recently retired ational committeeman. MOSLEM SCHOOLS KUALA LUMPUR IB — Arabic schools in the northern Malay states are responsible for turning out Malaya's future Moslem religious leaders. Resembling the monasteries of England in the Middle Ages, the Arabic institutions are maintained by Malays out of a religious fund. Students pay no school fees. Students spend eight years in these institutions and go to Cairo or Mecca for higher religious studies. BUS FARES CPPED TOPEKA iff) — The city commission has authorized an increase from 10 to 15 cents in the public bus fare in the Capital City effective Sept. 3, By purchasing tokens, bus riders can get two trips for 25 cents. T-OTt THE TIMES B. 43. L. 9 Brice's Addition B. 2. L. 1, 2 Bury's Addition B. C, R of Way 100 Ft strip through Holllngsworth Addition B. 3. L. 1, 2, 3. 4, 3, 8, 7. 8. 9, 10, 11. 12, 13 ,14, 15, 16, 17. 18 19 20 B. t L. 15 16 17. IS, 19, 20, 11 12, B. 5, L. 1, J B. 5, L. 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 19, 20 21, 22 B. 5 L. 23 24 B. 6, L. 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7. 8. 9, 10 11, 12, 13. 14, 15. 16, 17, 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 B. 7 L. 1, 2, 3, 4 B. 7, L. 13. 14 less 25 Ft- W end B. 7. L. 15, 16. W end 25 Ft B. 7. L. 13, 14, W end 25 Ft B. 7, L. 15, 16 less 25 Ft W end B. 7. L. 17 less 25 Ft W end B. 7, L. 17 W 25 Ft B. 7. L. 18 W 25 Ft B. 7. L. 19 W 25 Ft B. 7, L. 20, 21, 22, 23 24 B. 8, L. 1. 2, 3, 4, 5. 6 7 B. 8, L. 15, 16, 17 B. 8. L. 21. 22 B. 8. L. 23. 24 Carver's Addition Blk. "B" R of Way thru Blk. D. L. 1. 2, 3 B. G Pearsons Addition B. 2, L. 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 Pleasant Hill Addition B. C, L. 6 S 20 Ft, all L. T Elm Park Addition B. 1. L. 11. 12 B. 2, L. 7. 8, 9, 15. 16 B. 6. L. 19. 20 Hazel Richardson. County Treasurer Leavenworth County, Kansas Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of August, 1952. Thomas J. Cahill, County Clerk Leavenworth County, Kansas. (First insertion Aug. 15, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) shall be presented to ts approval. this Board for Section 4. That the City Clerk shall cause proper publication of this resolu- ion to be made for six (6) days in The Leavenworth Times, a daily news- >aper which is the official newspaper of the City of Leavenworth. Kansas, nd that this resolution shall be ef- ective from and after its sixth pub- ication therein. Adopted at Leavenworth, Kansas, his 26th day of August. 1952. Ted L. Sexton, Mayor. ATTEST: '. C. Walker, City Clerk. SEAL) Passed & Approved Aug. 26. 1952. (First insertion Aug. 29. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times, 6t) RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION DECLARING THE NECESSITY OF APPROPRIATING I CERTAIN" PROPERTY PRIVATE •ROPERTY BY CONDEMNATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF WIDENING SABELLE STREET FROM SECOND AVENUE TO FIFTH STREET; AND TEEN AND LOT FOURTEEN, CLARK'S ADDITION OF OUTLOTS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of the City of Leavenworth. Kansas, deem and declare it. neces sary to appropriate certain private property located in the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, for the purpose o£ widening Isabelle Street to a width oi at least thirty (30) feet, from Second Avenue to Fifth Street and for the purpose of opening a street from Second Avenue to Fifth Street, such street to be fifty (50) feet wide along the line separating lot thirteen and lot fourteen. Clark's Addition of Outlets, Leavenworth. Kansas. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. THAT THE APPROPRIATING OF CERTAIN PRIVATE PROPERTY BY CONDEMNATION IS NECESSARY. Section 1. Certain private property needs to be appropriated for the purpose of widening Isabelle Street from Second Avenue to-Fifth Street to width of at least thirty (30) feet and for the purpose of opening" a street from Second Avenue to Fifth Street, fifty (50) feet wide along the line separating lot thirteen and lot fourteen, Clark's Addition of Outlots, Leavenworth, Kansas, such condemnation to be done as provided by law in Sections 26-201 through 26-205 inclusive, of the General Statutes of Kansas as a survey and de- land required and amended. Section 2. That scription of the needed to be obtained by condemnation be made by the City Engineer and filed with the City Clerk of Leavenworth, Kansas. Section 3. That the City Clerk shall cause proper publication of this resolution to be made for six (6) days in The Leavenworth Times, a daily newspaper which is the official newspaper of the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, and that this resolution shall be effective from and after its sixth publication therein. Adopted at Leavenworth, Kansas, this 26th day of August, 1952. Ted L. Sexton, Mayor. ATTEST: J. C. Walker, City Clerk. (SEAL) Passed & Approved: Aug. 26. 1952. (First insertion Aug. 29. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 6t) LEGAL NOTICE In the Probate Court of Leavenworth County. Kansas. In the Matter of the Estate of Alice Marie James, deceased. No. 3271 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said Court by Eric Steeper. Administrator of the Estate of Alice Marie James, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of his accounts as administrator, allowances for his services, attorney fees and expenses, also that the Court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them :he personal property remaining ini said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses! :nereto on or before the 17th day of September. 1952. at 4 o'clock p. m. of said day in said Court in the City of Leavenworth, at which time and; place said cause will be heard. Should .'ou fail theiein, judgment and decree RABBITS • New Zealand White • Does • Bred Does • Does with Litters SLUSHER'S Platte City, Mo. Phone 36 Saturday Special! '40 OLDS COUPE A good average car. $145 BOLING MOTOR CO. 7th and Delaware Phone 3245 LEGAL NOTICE will be entered in due course upon said petition. Eric Steeper, McLouth, Kansas. Administrator. Richard A. Swallow, Oskaloosa, Kansas. Attorney for Administrator. (First insertion Aug. 22, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) ORDINANCE NO. 5137 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND JUPPLEMENTING THE ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH PERTAINING TO REGULATING USE OF PARKING METERS. PROVIDING FOR APPEARANCE BOND DEPOSIT AND PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF AND PROVIDING IN LIEU OF SUCH A DEPOSIT A METHOD OF SATISFYING VIOLATION OF THE PARKING METER ORDINANCE. BY USE OF FEE DEPOSIT BOXES, AND AMENDING CHAPTER 28. ARTICLE 6 AND REPEALING SECTION 10 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, 1950. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT- ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, LEAVENWORTH COUNTY, KANSAS: Section 1. 28-6-10. Fee Deposit in Lieu of Appearance Bond. Whenever any City Police Officer shall find a vehicle parked in violation of the time imitation of the parking meter ordinance, such officer shall attach a vio- ation notice to such vehicle. Such notice shall he in the form of an envelope and shall advise that if, within 24 hours after the time shown upon ;uch notice, the owner or operator of iuch vehicle shall place Fifty Cents $.50) in the notice envelope and deposit the same in one of the fee de- losit boxes installed in each block along with the parking meters or shall deliver such notice and Fifty Cents S.50) to the traffic desk at the Police Jepartment within such time, then uch parking meter violation shall be ially satisfied without the giving of an appearance bond or the imposition of any other penalty. Section 2. 28-6-11. Posting of Cash 5ond for Appearance at Hearing. If he fee deposit in lieu of appearance iond as provided in the preceding sec- ion is not made within the time there- n limited, or if the owner or operator if such vehicle desires a hearing upon he charge, such person shall report o the traffic desk at the Police De- tartrnent and make cash appearance >oncT in the amount of One Dollar Reliable USED CARS '49 FORD—Radio, heater, seat covers; perfect. '49 KAISER—Radio and heater, seat covers. Beige color 4-door sedan. '48 PONTIAC — Convertible. Scat covers. Runs good. '« CHEVROLET 2-DOOR — Stylemaster. Heater and seat covers. Nice family car. '47 CHEVROLET BUSINESS COUPE — Radio, heater, seat covers. A 1-owner car. '46 DODGE DELUXE 2-DOOR —Heater, seat covers, good tires. '41 BUICK 4-DOOR — Radio-, heater, seat covers, good tires. Runs very good. KELLISON Kaiser - Frazer LEGAL NOTICES (51.00) within 72 hours after the time shown upon such violation notice. Section 3. 28-6-12. -Registered Owner Responsible. If any vehicle is found to be in violation of the time limitation of the parking meter ordinance and identity of the operator cannot be determined, the owner or person in whose name such vehicle is registered shall be held prima facie for such violation. Section 4. 28-6-13. Penalties for Violating. Any person or persons who shall violate or aid. abet, or assist in violating any of the provisions of the Parking Meter Ordinance shall be deemed guilty of an offense and upon conviction shall be fined in any sum not exceeding Twenty-five Dollars (?25 00) or be imprisoned in the City jail not exceeding ten (10) days. Section 5. That Section ten (10) of Chapter twenty-eight (28), Article six (6), of the Revised Ordinances of the City of Leavenworth. 1950, and all parts of ordinances in conflict therewith be and the same are hereby repealed. , Section 6. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage, approval and publication in The Leavenworth Times, the official City paper. ATTEST- Ted L ' Sexton> Mayor J. C. Walker. City Clerk. (SEAL) Passed & Approved: August 26, 1952. (Published Aug. 29. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times. It) LEGAL. NOTICES on or before the 17th day of September, 1952, at 3:30 o'clock p. m. of said day in said Court in the City of Leavenworth. at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Eric Steeper, . McLouth. Kansas. Administrator. Richard A. Swallow. Oskaloosa. Kansas. Attorney for Administrator. (First insertion August 22, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) of Leaven- Estate of In the Probate Court worth County, Kansas. In the Matter of the . Johnnie E. James, deceased. No. 3270 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition- has been filed in said Court by Eric Steeper. Administrator of the Estate of Johnnie E. James, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of his accounts as administrator, allowances for his services, attorney fees and expenses, also that the Court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them the, personal property remaining in saidl estate, and you are hereby required co file your written defenses thereto WHY WAIT? Buy Tour HEATING Needs NOW! New, 8000 BTU, White Porcelain BATHROOM HEATERS $3.95 New, 20,000 BTU, Vented Brown Porcelain HEATERS „ 529.95 New, 30.000 BTU, Vented Brown Porcelain HEATERS J39.95 New, 40,000 BTU, Vented Brown, Porcelain HEATERS „ New. 65,000 BTU, Vented Porcelain HEATERS. $99.50 New 35,000, 50,000, 70,000 BTU FLOOR FURNACES with Anto- matic Controls. Only $1.50 weekly. $61.50 Brown We also have a good supply of Stove Pipe, Gas Pipe, Fittings, Tubing and Stove Connectors. See Us NOW for a WARM and COMFY Winter! Easy Terms. Lay-away Plan. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT DEPOT 713-15 Shawnee Ph. 995 HELP WANTED OFFICE GIRL Must know short-hand, typing and be able io make change and figure repair orders. Apply in person either Saturday or Tuesday morning. Perry L Black Motor Co. Broadway and Delaware. 106 So. Broadway Phone 320 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, In the Probate Court of Leavenworth County Kansas. In the Matter of the Estate of William Sommers, deceased. NOTICE OF HEAR1NG N °' ^^ State of Kansas Leavenworth County, ss The State of Kansas to the heirs at 'aw of said decedent, and to all persons concerned: .,, You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by James N. Snyder, administrator of the estate of the above named decedent Praymg for final settlement herein determination of the heirs at law of said decedent and discharge of said administrator and you are hereby required to file your written defenses :hereto on or before the 17th day of September. A. D., 1952. at 1:30 o'clock ?. M. of said day, in said court, in the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, at vvhich time and place said cause will se heard. Should you fail therein, udgment and decree will be entered ln ,,£ ue course upon said petition. Witness my hand in the City of Leavenworth in said county and state on this 21st day of August. A. D., 1952. James N. Snyder Administrator First National Bank Bldg ATTEST- Leavenwofth - Kansas. Kenneth Harmon Probate Judge (First insertion August 22, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times, 3t) RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO GRADE. CURB, "UTTER, PAVE AND OTHERWISE IMPROVE TENTH AVENUE FROM THE SOUTH LINE OF PENNSYLVANIA STREET TO THE SOUTH ,INE OF VILAS STREET. VILAS ITREET FROM THE WEST LINE OF TENTH AVENUE TO THE WEST LINE OF FIFTEENTH STREET. FIFTEENTH STREET FROM THE SOUTH LINE OF VILAS STREET TO THE ENTRANCE OF GREENWOOD CEMETERY AND REQUIRING TRUMAN SCHLUP. CONSULTING ENGINEER FOR THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. TO PREPARE "•LANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND 'RELIMINARY ESTIMATES THEREOF TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE, BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. FOR ITS APPROVAL. WHEREAS, the Wv of T .-•"•- n'tv, i DIRT FOR SALE • Phone 550 Before 5 P.M. Values! Quality! Hamilton Beach Mixettes. Sunbeam Mix- masters. Casco Metal Stools. Metal Waste Baskets. •» Kromex Canister Sets. French Fryer' Cutters. Thermos Bottles and Jugs. Revere Starter Sets. Electric Kitchen Clocks. ' Lunch Kits. Carbide Lamps. G R O N I S H A R D W A R E & S E E D C O. LAWN FERTILIZER PAINT, TURPENTINE, OIL Safety-tested Used Cars 1951 CADILLAC 4-DOOR SEDAN Radio, heater, Hydra-Matic drive, new white sidexvall tires. A 1-owner car that's just like new. 1950 BUICK SPECIAL 4-DOOR SEDAN Radio, heater, seat covers, Dyna-Flow drive. Medium blue color. Will sacrifice. 1949 OLDS "98" 4-DOOR SEDAN Radio, heater, Hydra-Matic. Inside and out like new. 1949 OLDS "76" 4-DOOR SEDAN Radio, heater, Hydra-Matic. An excellent, clean, 1-owner car. '49 Buick 2-Door. '48 Pontiac 4-Door. '47 Buick 4-Door. '47 Olds Club Coupe. Perry L. Black Motor Co. 100 YEARS A hundred years plus, is the experience among our skilled mechanics. Experience Available for your needs in: •ROOFING •SIDING 'HEATING 'GUTTERING •Quality Brand-Name Materials •Top Skilled Mechanics ill GOODYEAR Oldsmobile-Cadillac Open Evenings and Sundays. 200 S. Broadway Phone 608 o Behind the Wheels " > of Progress Every American wbrker plays a vital role in gearing our nation's productive machinery to meet expanding needs—the needs of both the defense effort and the civilian economy. We salute the men—and the women—-'behind the wheek"! OUR BANK WILL NOT TRANSACT BUSINESS ON LABOR DAY, SEPT. 1 First National Bank Member F. D. I. C. PUBLIC SALE 734 Spruc« Monday, September 1 9A.M. One tablctop gas range; 1 electric wall clock; 1 enamel kitchen table; 1 studio couch; 1 R. C. A. console radio; 1 small desk; 1 Urge bookcase; 1 9x12 front room rug; 1 walnut smoke stand; 1 book end table; 1 walnut finish Duncan Phyfe dining room set, table and 6 chairs; 1 mahogany dresser with mirror; 1 mahogany dressing table; 1 double bed with mattress and springs; 1 combination- table lamp; 1 other lamp; 4 pairs of drapes; tools, pictures, kitchen utilities, chinaware and other articles too numerous to mention. FRED YANDERSCHMIDT ESTATE, OWNER Leavenworth Nat'l Bank* Clerk. Col. W. T. Chambers, Auctioneer. TERMS: CASH PUBLIC SALE 16th and Vilas Saturday, August 30 1:30 P. M. One garden plow; 1 single shovel; 1 8-lnch. breaking plow; 1 2-horse double tree: 1 hand saw; 1 cross cut saw; 1 5-tooth cultivator; 1 pitcher pump; 1 block and tackle; wire stretcher; 1 pair pulleys; 1 cross cut saw; several horse collars; 1 pipe vise; water hose; 1 post hole digger; 1 wood barrel; 1 metal barrel; several stone jars; 1 work bench with vise; window sash; tool chest; several saw horses; paint brushes; hay; corn knives; bolts; pipe fittings; roofing paper; 2 yard chairs; 1 double shovel plow; composition shingles; pile of lumber; nx; shovel; mowing scythe; 2 ladders; bird cage; electric toaster; electric vibrator; electric coffee pot; churn; milk strainer; 1 Simmons bed, Innersnring mattress, coil springs; Underwood typewrites:; fruit jars, dishes and other articles too numerous to mention. GOLDIE P. BROWN, Owner CoL W. T. Chambers, Auctioneer Leavenworth Jfat'I Bank, . Clerk TERMS: CASH

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